I was having a conversation with a friend who recently bought a sex doll the other day. I was fascinated, and asked who intended sex dolls in the first place. Well, it turns out, sex dolls have been around for much longer than I realized.

The first sex doll was created in the 1800s in France. It was called an “automate” and was invented by a craftsman called Santy-Germain. The doll was made of papier mache with an internal iron skeleton that could be posed in numerous positions. It also included wooden hands, glass eyes and thick human hair.

Since then, sex dolls have evolved significantly. Late 19th-century sex dolls were made of rubber and cloth and were filled with straw and sawdust. They were not life-like, but more like the scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz.

In the 1950s, silicone sex dolls started to be mass-produced, and later, the technology developed to create lifelike dummies. Companies like RealDoll (founded by Matt McMullen in 1996) and Realdreams (founded by John Mcmullen in 2002) manufacture human-like models, with realistic figures and made-to-order features.

Today, sex dolls have come a long way. They can be customized to look exactly like your ideal partner – from the skin tone, hair color, eye color and clothing, to what they say – to even the shape and position of their genitals. The dolls are made of high-quality materials that are designed to be both realistic and versatile, allowing them to move into different sexual positions.

The beauty of these sex dolls is that they provide a safe and non-judgmental avenue for fulfilling sexual desires. They can also help bridge communication gaps between couples and can even be used as a therapy tool to help those dealing with sexual issues.

However, there have been some controversial debates surrounding sex dolls. Many argue that sex dolls serve to further objectify women, giving men an excuse to engage in a demeaning behavior. Others argue that sex dolls are a form of prostitution or that they increase the demand for real-life prostitution.

On the other hand, some advocates argue that owning a doll is better than having an affair or hiring a prostitute, dildos and that it can even help with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. They also assert that when used correctly, sex dolls can help make a person more understanding of human sexuality, as well as grants them the chance to explore their sexual fantasies and desires in a non-threatening, safe way.

In conclusion, the intent of sex dolls has changed a lot over the years, and they still divide opinion. It all comes down to the perspective one holds on the topic. Either way, it’s clear that sex dolls are becoming more realistic and more widely accepted, and with the advances in technology, this trend is set to continue.